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I own a clevia rc-ltu tv and cannot get it to cable

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  • canada59 May 17, 2011

    sorry for the typos...it is a olveia

    527-532

    on the remote it say lievia rc-ltu

    the tv will go on but cannot get any picture...i have had

    this problem before but now cannot fix it this time...thank you

    ann

  • canada59 May 18, 2011

    thank you for your time but i finaly got it working...ann

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Hello
What is the exact model number of your TV. Is it clevia or olivia. Please clarify more. Send me the exact brand name and model number and give me some more details about the fault by Fixya. OK.

Posted on May 17, 2011

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  • The Knight
    The Knight May 17, 2011

    Hello - Ann - It is half past midnight here in my country, and let me sleep for a while. I'll try to place a solution before you tomorrow. Goodnight.

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    The Knight May 18, 2011

    Hello --- Ann -- I'm back again. Please wait. I'm going through your sets' problem. Expect a solution within half an hour. OK.

  • The Knight
    The Knight May 18, 2011

    Before I send a solution to your problem, your problem is "cannot get into cable"; I want to know, how you connected your tV with set top box. With S-Video, HDMI so on so forth. Please inform me. OK.

  • The Knight
    The Knight May 18, 2011

    If you are using cable for viewing, select "cable" from the input selection or select 'Air' if you are useing external antenna. Improper input selection will result in no picture, even though TV is perfect in all resepect. To select the input. get into Menu and roll towards input selection window. You may have the user manual of your TV with you now. Refer to it. If you havent its user manual, send me your email address by Fixya, I'll send you a copy of it by return mail. OK.

  • The Knight
    The Knight May 18, 2011

    It's OK Ann. Thank you.

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